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I have been sailing for about 10 years now and I have constantly off school. I want to find a captain that needs more crew. Any trip would be suffice for me: Alaska to seattle, Florida to Bahamas, LA to Hawaiian Islands. Very anything that gets me on the open...

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Id like to compact a sailboat in the caribbean this summer.?
where can i secure information on chartering a 50-70 foot sailboat un-crewed (maybe just a guide) in the caribbean this summer? I want to take around 10-12 people on a 1-2 week sailing expadition without a preset itenerary.

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Victory of all, you need to answer if you or any of your mates (I guess you are not going alone?) has a sailing license and knowledge about the cruising area you are going (the...

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The People We Contest on Their Boats

Living on a sailing-yacht has its challenges but also its serendipitous moments. People sail into the boatyard to haul their boats, work on them, and then store their boats or slip away. Recently many boats have sailed away, their projects completed. In the slip next to us was a boat that had just been purchased by an engaging Dutch brace. It was their first boat, and they flew to the neighboring island of Aruba to see what life aboard a boat in the Caribbean would be like. They sailed the yacht from Aruba to Curacao, and were busy every day with projects, like everyone else around us. They are appealing and friendly, responsive with a smile and conversation. Their boat is an aluminum cutter rigged sloop. We don't see many aluminum boats. most sailboats here are made out of fiberglass, like ours. On the other side of us is an intense Austrian couple with a very unusual boat, made out of cement. It is a tidy rig, with two masts, a ketch with many swiftly-made add-ons, and they are busy all day with new projects. They are also friendly, but will be sailing away to other parts of the Caribbean next week. They carry full-size bicycles on their small craft to get around on the islands when they come into port. Down the dock is one of the more compelling characters we have met recently, Pablo. He is a US Coast Guard certified captain, and has been tasked with getting this motor boat ready to sail and delivering it to Maine. It is one of the few wooden boats here, and was made in 1963. Pablo is from New Mexico, and he relocated to New England some years ago to change a lobster fisherman. He spent six years engaged in commercial fishing on the Grand Banks, like the Perfect Harmattan boats. He was even swept overboard once, and lived to tell about it. Whenever our projects leave us despondent we go talk to Pablo. What he is working on with this much older motor yacht dwarf anything we are doing, and leave us feeling like our projects are all very achievable. When I first met him, his boat was sinking at the alter in late December - a wooden boat can ship water between its planks, and that's what was happening. Ibis is almost twice the dimensions of our boat, and all of its systems are more complicated. At the end of our dock is the largest boat here, 112 feet long. It has a crew of four or five, including a captain, cook, set up, and deckhand. Everything is automated on this boat - sails go up with the push of a button, the anchor comes up and goes down with hydraulics, along with uncountable more systems that must be continuously maintained. The boat has crewed charters, where people fly in to Curacao and spend a few days or weeks aboard, sailing the Caribbean. Just a few of the more absorbing boats and people we have gotten to know here in Curacao.

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